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The Cowboy Bob Mystery
"Morning in may nineteen ninety. One a ten gallon hat wearing sunglasses. Beer-bellied bearded individual exit in nineteen seventy five to pontiac grand prix to enter the american federal bank building in irving texas. The person stepped into the banks lobby and headed towards the counter. Where young female teller was smiling cheerfully. Hello sir the teller said how may help you. The bearded man slipped the teller note. This is a bank robbery at red. Give me your money. No marked bills or dye packs. The stunned teller handed over a stack of cash from her drawer. The robber nodded stuck the money in a satchel and walked out of the bank. A seamless robbery with the perpetrator vanishing into the afternoon. This was the start of the near flawless run of large-scale bank robberies that occurred between nineteen ninety one and nineteen ninety-two they call the robber cowboy bob. Because of the ten gallon hat he always wore eluding cops for years and then after serving time having one more wild ride. This is the legendary tale of dallas bank robber. Cowboy bob. So cowboy bob again. I keep saying that name. It feels comical but it is kind of endearing to was always calm completely unarmed. Polite always almost completely silent. He avoided security cameras. Checked each bill for marks or dye packs. Stipends are those small dye-filled devices that someone in a bank and set off and they stay in the cash and whoever was holding the cash at the time like a bright blood red cowboy. Bob gave the teller a note announcing that this was a robbery and to hand over the cash and would casually the bank placing a new stolen license plate on the back of his pontiac. Every time and drive off the first five times. Bob hit it was masterful so much. So that the fbi who were now trailing him obsessively were driven crazy by how good this bank robber was the beard and the hat and a silence made him really hard to identify and the stolen license plates made him almost impossible to track. He didn't make scenes. He didn't peel out in his getaway car. he didn't attract much attention at all. He was always making me. Start to pull my hair out former agent. Steve powell told texas monthly in two thousand five. How good this thin little dried up cowboy be whipping us. His bad time after time
"federal bank" Discussed on KOMO
"Saying enough. Here's a tweet from the FBI this morning Quote the FBI is seeking to identify individuals instigating violence in Washington, D C. We are accepting tips and digital media depicting writing or violence in and around the U. S capitol in January, 6th if you have information Is it? FBI dot gov slash U S capitol Come on his time 7 20 good for business. Now it's powered by Washington Federal Bank and his wife had banks Bread Good. Nearly 60% of Americans have withdrawn or borrowed money from an IRA or 401 K During the pandemic. Nearly two thirds used those retirement savings to cover basic living expenses. This is, according to a new poll released by Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine. A national poll also found 32% of respondents said that they withdrew $75,000 or more 58% of those who took out loans borrowed between 50 and $100,000 to get by Carnival Cruise Lines and Princess Cruises are beginning. The New year. With no stops in the U. S. Cruise companies have suspended all of their sailings from U. S ports until spring. Princess Cruises hopes to pick up its itineraries after May 14th. Its European trips are also on pause. For now, Carnival has canceled its schedule in US waters through March. 31st cruise industry has been decimated and at a standstill since the pandemic forced it to end travel plans in the middle of March last year. Be good to yourselves. That's good for business. Uncommon news checking Wall Street. Well, what do you know? The Dow is up above 31,000 right now up 266 points at 31,095. S and P 555. The NASDAQ is up more than 2%. 272 points coming up. Next, we'll check traffic and weather. Then we'll pose the question of this morning's trivia contest on the way.
"federal bank" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Do the math with us Don't fight the Fed flow with the Fed called +20121027272012102727. That's +20121027 to 7. And offer to buy or sell any security is only made by a private placement. Memorandum. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Returns around your last national is a real estate development firm. T S and an aria Got Wcbm news time. 12 03 Michael Philip Elliott, the 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center with the headlines in the news this hour. Maybe Brandon Scott to give an update on the city's response to covert 19 this afternoon will carry his 2 P.m. press conference live here on Wcbm. The governors of Maryland, Virginia joined DC's mayor and appealing to the incoming Biden administration to provide increased federal support for the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority. The joint statement asked the president elect to renew the federal government's commitment to the system's future. And consider joining the three jurisdictions as a partner, A 37 year old Baltimore man has pled guilty to federal bank robbery charges, Edward Johnson admitted to committing five bank robberies and two attempted bank robberies in Baltimore and in York, Pennsylvania between February and March of 2019. Johnson facing 141 months in federal prison. In sports college football. Tomorrow night's Big 10 football game between Maryland and Michigan State canceled again after another covert 19 outbreak in college Park in total 15 players tested positive this past week and Auntie Gin test conducted yesterday morning resulted in three more presumptive positives. There were six positive cases among staff over that same time period. It's the second time a game between the Terps and Sparty has been canceled two days before it was to be played. The same thing happened prior to in November. 21st game. Well, the look at your weather Channel forecast coming up next.
"federal bank" Discussed on KCRW
"At Vista Mar school dot org's slash admissions. This is marketplace. I'm Kai Ridsdel with Congress in the White House not able to agree on Mohr economic relief. A lot of the who's actually going to do something for this economy. Attention is falling on the Federal Reserve, as it has for a long while. Now we should say But this time, it's with a twist. The idea that the Fed ought to be doing something to make this economy more inclusive. And that is how I wound up moderating a couple of panels last week event put on by the Federal Reserve banks of Boston, Atlanta and Minneapolis. About the Fed's role in the national conversation. We're having about systemic economic racism about how we got to a place where the average white family has eight times the wealth of the average black family and where people of color are three times as likely as white people. Dia from Covina. Angela Glover Blackwell, She's the founder of an organization called Policy Link kicked things Off. We're not going to solve this with pilot programs. We're not going to solve it by just deciding to pay a little more attention to people of color and admits it is going to require radical imaginations. To be able to actually actually bring our imaginations toe. What would it look like to have a fully inclusive society? That was the big idea behind the first panel? I did. Two people have been trying to make this economy were inclusive for years now I started With a question. I've been asking a lot lately. When did you come to understand what racism was in this economy? Geoffrey Canada who founded the Harlem Children's Zone in New York City and is a longtime advocate for education reform was up first. I didn't recognize this issue of raised until I was about eight or nine years old, and it's something I'm deeply ashamed. I go out like most American boys at that time playing cowboys and Indians on in the South Bronx, all these little black book Brown boys. Running around. No one wanted to be the Indians because the Indians were considered to be the bad people and it began to open my eyes about what people don't know about black people. I'm talking late fifties. We would not want you to be. You could not see us in the movies. We were servant on basically made at that point in time on, there was no expectation in the South Bronx. That we were going to grow up and have anything that looked like a professional job. And that was brainwashed into us very deeply as Children and then same questions. Dr Carmen RoHaas, She's worked to improve the lives of low wage workers. Currently she is the president and CEO of the Marguerite Casey Foundation. There was never a moment in my life tie that I can't that I condition tangle being Latina and the place that Latinos are in the economy. Living and spending the vast majority of my life in a place like Oakland and seeing my black brothers and sisters struggle in the economy and not, um, it never felt accidental. It felt like something that was a seed that had been implanted and that we are trying at this moment. To make visible to everybody. This pandemic has, of course, made a lot of things visible. Just think about which workers have been deemed essential and who lost which jobs and which businesses have been hit the hardest. So as we think about solutions. What role did these Panelists think about what the Fed should play? Carmen. I want youto think about what Angela Blackwell said. This idea of engaging our radical imaginations you have the year this morning or this afternoon, depending on where you are of three presidents of federal banks. Engage heretical imagination here and tell me what you would like to see happen. Action staff a crazy idea. Take your pick. You know, I like Angela have been a really fortunate to be on the Federal Reserve's Community Advisory Council, and we actually recently had a meeting. And I think the thing that is always striking to me is that there is a rich amount of data that the Federal Reserve is the home of some of the key information necessary to situate citizens in our economy to understand how people are living day to day in the labor market. What's often missing is a historical context. And I my hunches, always at that historical context might feel to political so, um, clear example. There's we just looked at a bunch of covert data and the place of low wage workers and the economy data and at no point did we actually make the connection and say Low wage workers of color are suffering in this economy, because that's a set of decisions both on the corporate side and on the policy side. I would love to see the Federal Reserve system tie a tighter not with the data both in the current context but also in the historical making of both our labor market and our economy. Geoffrey Canada. You're too radical imagination You're talking to the feds Go. The first thing I would say is that of the tools that the Fed has. Are they really using them in the most creative way to get in trouble with this? You know if it does interest rates great, and they're keeping the economy booming. Guess who that's hurting. That's hurting my mother who put money in a savings account thinking that she was going to make enough interest. The level one she cannot. She cannot know what is she gonna go? Invest in stocks she dont know about how to do that. Now. I'm not saying the Fed should change is planned for the whole country. Don't can't we think more creatively about how banks handle things and shavings? Or communities that have been under served so that we encourage saving versus discouraging savings. I'm not economists Don't ask me for what the answer to that is. I'm just saying, we really thought about it. We've.
"federal bank" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"A feel good story a really quick. To. to black owned banks, they merged together to become the largest black bank in the US with over one billion dollars in assets, which is really great and I didn't even know I've heard of them there. It's called City I bank and Broadway. Federal Bank they were they announced that they were. Being, last week and the new combined institution will strengthen their position and will help drive both sustainable economic growth and societal returns. Said Bradshaw, who is one of the owners of the bank they said that they envisioned building stronger profitability and creating a multiplier effect of capital availability for our customers and for the communities we serve Yeah it's it's crazy. The city first presidency O'Brien e regret said, the two banks have been working on their deal for over a year. They said that they're doing this deal because it made sense and because it would deliver additional resources to our communities. Broadway. Federal Bank is based in Los Angeles. They're there to serve the business real estate and financial needs of customers underserved Urban Communities City I bank is based in Washington DC, and it's describes itself as an impact driven institution with a specific focus. In lending to underprivileged people in communities. So combining the two allows the banks to accomplish more together than they would do separately of course, and it gives them more lending power is he changed and they kept kicking keep listening I don't they haven't said but they said that the merger is going to be complete by the end of the year so they're probably working. Maybe, they'll call you should call it Lake City first Broadway or something like that. It have a good name reading to it. I'm really excited to hear things like that I wanNA look into these banks and see if they have like little branches any other were just over my. Bank. Account and black. Where is it? Is it based around Holland? Headquartered that, but they do have a location in Jersey Oh that's awesome. Race. I was like look I. Need something close. But I'M GONNA go use for savings account anyway that's nice. So did you just you want wanted to open up in your bank account? Black power support. My people was it hard to find or do? You just Google and a lot of people you know with the whole black movement everything going on. It's been a real popular on facebook and stuff and no on the. Internet. So I was in one of these group of black owned group bins back the. Post talking about. Those groups on Facebook, I've been really how poor. Opened up an account. Barbie. Any of you out there in the. Bank. I I I'm making very white right now. All. Right. I'M GONNA try the problem. So shout out the city first and Broadway if anybody Broadway federal if anybody who's using those banks there now combined or if you're looking to get a loan or anything like that that's probably the best place for us to go yet. So what we're GONNA do right now you guys are that was my sending says that I have for you really quick today I will I'm going to play a song for us. Let's see this word. See. When we come back we're going to rain. So make sure that you all have your. get in here have your your names in the chat. That's we don't want to miss you this Vancouver to here we go. Okay mic relatives, building. United Beggars. Aweso bring with them, Michael Ramsey. Let us know Michael Christie. Tying they need some poised to Bake I. One time only fifty dollars is starting to council got fifty you girl you go go for that typical bank should justin. Jet. Secure the bank, I. GotTa speak of it to this day. She..
"federal bank" Discussed on KOMO
"For business now is powered by Washington. Federal Bank hears Wall Fed bank spread Good Seattle we've learned is one of 16 cities around the world taking part in the Airbnb city portal. This new tool launch on Wednesday it connects Airbnb with governments and tourism organizations. Through the portals dashboard, they can access information about short term rental market characteristics. It also aims to provide cities with more efficient access to data about listings, including whether or not they're complying with local laws. The portal is Airbnb is attempt to address some safety concerns before that company goes public trick or treating just around the corner, and it may be up in the year for Halloween. But buying Halloween candy is certainly not U. S sales of Halloween candy are up 13% already over last year Sales of Halloween chocolate alone up 25%. Earlier Halloween displays at some change likely help boost sales. But Americans may also be in a mood to celebrate. After months of pandemic anxiety. The CDC is urging people not to go trick or treating, and that's hold any costume parties or haunted houses and said that you're suggesting low risk activities like carving pumpkins and decorating your home. That's good for business. Uncommon news. Weekly unemployment. Sames are up for the first time in more than a month in the Labor Department reports. 870,000 workers filed initial initial claims last week as 4000 more than the previous week survives Total Wall Street. The Dow is up now about 48 points a 26,080 11 S and P 500 up nine. The NASDAQ is up 40. I'll get back to Kira and check traffic and weather Next 10, then your chance to win with. Did you hear the first.
The Birth Of The Greenback
"Stacey next. Jacob Feldstein. Planet money author of money the true story of amid up during a new book. Say I. brought props for us to do the indicator. I say. That's been months. It's been. That guy's been honking hall eight months. I have props came over so I could give you these troughs. Okay. Go ahead and look at them. All right. Okay. So, this is like a really high quality xerox of an old piece of money. THREE DOLLAR BILL RE dollar bill that's really a real thing. There's like a a lady standing next to in like a ball gown standing next to a cow to I chose a cow to pander to you I do love a cow keep going. Okay. The Orange Bank It's orange because this from the orange. Bank and this is a one dollar bill. So Stacey, these are reproductions of real paper money that was printed by private banks in the United States in the eighteen forties and fifties. This is one of the most interesting periods I found in the history of money when I was working on my book, it's this moment when the United States government did not print money, there was in fact, no single national paper currency but if you wanted to. Open Up Stacey's Bank of New York and print your own paper money. You could. I don't know if I would trust that dollar from that. Was a real problem that was a real problem we'll get to that. I. Mean they were just so many different kinds of money at one point the Chicago Tribune counted eight, thousand, three, hundred, and seventy different kinds of paper money in America. This sounds very confusing for everyone involved this indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Vanik Smith and Jacob. Goldstein can we make eight, thousand, three, hundred and seventy, the indicator? Yes. Today on the show. How can you even have that many kinds of money and also just what does it tell us about money works? Let's just go. Let's just go a block away to get away from the horn. Yeah. Support for NPR and the following message come from fund. fundraise fund makes it easy for anyone to invest in high quality real estate by building you a portfolio with their more than one billion dollars in assets get started at fundraise dot com slash indicator to have your first ninety days of advisory fees. Waived. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Microsoft teams. Now, there are more ways to be a team with Microsoft teams bring everyone together in a virtual room collaborate live on the same page and see up to forty nine people onscreen learn more at Microsoft Dot com slash teams. So can we should set the scene here Jacob the nineteenth century America lots of is apparently also this was the era when gold and silver were money and Jacob say in the book that the government minted gold and silver coins, but it did not make paper money at that time. The exactly right. So the only paper money in America was printed by all of these different. Private banks people called paper money in fact banknotes, right. So they thought of it as like a piece of paper from a bank and they thought of paper money in particular as like a receipt or a coach ticket as as a thing that you could substitute for gold and silver, and in fact, if you look at at the bills I gave you all have this kind of. Writing like just grab a different one for fun. So we can say what it looks like. Okay. This is the stoning ten bank, a two dollar bill. There's a way. Moby Dick or something Wail Bell we've cow Bill Wail Bill So okay. So now look at the cursive writing see the cursive they're just blowers is stoning to. Two dollars to the bear on demand right and if you look all these different bills are different colors, they have different pictures on them, but they all say that will pay how ever many dollars to the on demand and so the second interest. Yeah it's an Iou because the interesting thing is it's telling you the paper money is not the real money. Right? They're saying we will give you two dollars in gold and silver for this paper money right? So the real money in this world is the underlying gold or silver the paper is just like. The Standard. So this is a time in history when there's not federal bank, there's not a national bank. There's like thousands of of little local banks and I guess all these banks can issue their own money. That's right and it's kind of evolving in this period at the beginning of this ehre the eighteen thirties. If you wanted to open a bank, typically you had to go to your state legislature and get special approval. Basically, they had to pass a special law that would let you open your bank and this was problematic because I was super corrupt essentially. Bank and print money. Then you're gonNA bribe whoever you have to. Say all the knee. All due respect to get them to let you open your bank. Right. So around eighteen forty, a little earlier, this new idea became popular. The new idea was called free banking. And the idea of free banking was anybody who is willing to follow a few basic rules could. Take and start printing money and literally start printing money and you know not surprisingly a lot of people wanted to print money. This is how we get eight thousand different kinds of money. Yes. How do you know if the bill that someone's handing you is real money or if it's literally just a piece of paper from the First Bank of Stacey Vanik Smith which might be real money. I wouldn't. Maybe. Add bribed senator so I love this so there arose in response to this problem these special periodicals Magazines that were privately published called banknote reporters. And what they were was these lists in tiny font of every kind of money. So I actually have a reproduction here another prop from a page. This one was called. Thomson's Bank note. Reporter. K.. So the people who subscribe to this merchants people who need to accept money. So so let's just say I'm running a bar and I got my thompsons bank note reporter and I come in I need a drink who thirsty I'm thirsty. So okay. So the page of the bank note reporter I printed out is for Orange Bank. Okay. Okay. So have that bill right here it is and it's a one dollar bill. So I find Orange Bank here in my Bengal reporter and it says Okay Orange Bank listed different bills and says ones and under wants it describes what the bill is supposed to look like says to horses check. Hey, Cart Jack Blacksmith shop male portrait Jack Girl. Check. So it's at least plausibly real. The reporter also tells me something else that's important and that explains a lot about how many works at this time. Typically would tell me whether I should accept that paper money at full face vowed I can buy my dollar whiskey with this whether you can get your dollar whiskey because remember what we care about is whether I can turn in that paper money for gold or silver, and so if the bank is shaky or even if it's just really far away. You know the reporter might say, just knock five cents off the dollar give Stacey Ninety five cents worth of whiskey instead of a dollar that took a really long time to buy that we ski. It does seem like it would have been absurdly inconvenient right and for a long time when people look back at this period, the basic story of free banking was just that was a horrible idea like that many kinds of money right but. Much, later, like in the nineteen seventies. This generation of economic historians started going back and looking more closely. At the banks and how money works in this period and what they saw when they really went through the numbers was basically like it wasn't that bad Bankston go bus that often people didn't usually lose much money when they used. We're you overall they would lose like a few percent which is. Kind of like what you pay today. So when you take money out of the weird off Brand ATM at. The corner store. which I always do. Yeah, I. Mean. That's basically like the the bartenders giving you ninety cents for your dollar when you do that, right? So. Obviously, we do not have eight thousand different kinds of money now this ended and it ended after the civil war. Yeah was the civil war. So during the civil war, that old American argument of can we have national banks or not came up again and Congress passed a few important banking laws. One of them basically taxed all those thousands of kind of state banknotes out of existence, and then the other one created these new national banks that printed much more reliable, much more uniform paper money. It's interesting because I mean, this was obviously after the civil war was the time when the United States went from like a collection of. To One Country, and it seems like the same thing happened with currency maybe not a coincidence. Your I mean, there is this idea at least in the modern world money is part of what makes a country a country and I think you do see that happening at this moment in the united. States when we go from thousands of kinds of money toward one uniform kind of paper money I'm just sad we lost the cow bills. Because you know Jacob I have a fever and the cure. This story in like a whole bunch of other like believable stories like this are in your new book money. The true story of a made up thing. This episode of the indicator was produced by Nick. Fountain fact check by Britney Cronin, the indicators edited by Patty hearst and is a production
"federal bank" Discussed on KOMO
"By Washington Federal bank and here's Wa Fed bank spread Good going just landed a $1.2 billion deal with the defence department, according to the Air Force the department by eight Boeing F 15 e ex fighter jets over the next three years. The deal marks the first major purchase in a long term, $23 billion program to update the air forces aging fleet of fighter jets. Under the terms of the deal, Boeing will build a new version of its F 15 which is an older fighter jet that was developed back in the 19 sixties. The updated models will have new automated flight controls and electronic warfare capabilities. Cattle based Amazon is changing how you grocery shop, the tech giant is rolling out new smart shopping cars at his Woodland Hills, California grocery stores that open later this year. The shopping carts will track items as shoppers add them, then automatically charges them when they remove the grocery bag, allowing people to skip the checkout line. The cards build on that. Just walk out cashier list technology used Amazon go convenience stores like the Amazon Go grocery store in Seattle Capitol Hill neighborhood. That's good for business until you check in Wall Street stocks are mixed with the Dow is up about 67 at 26,000 won 53 S and P 500 though, is down 16 and the NASDAQ is down 1.5%. That's 156 points coming up next, we'll check traffic and weather and then we'll see how How close you are to the winning answer on our daily trivia contest here in the Northwest world, asking the same questions. When will it end?.
Federal banking agencies ease Volcker Rule restrictions
"The federal reserve and for the bank regulatory agencies finalize the rule easing restrictions that keep banks from investing in areas such as hedge fund the regulations are known as the Volcker rule passed by Congress in twenty ten it was part of an overhaul of banking regulation aimed at curbing excesses that led to the two thousand eight financial crisis he generally prohibited banks from engaging in proprietary trading and from acquiring ownership interests in hedge funds and private equity funds president trump campaigned in twenty sixteen on rolling back what he saw as over regulation of the banks arguing it weighed on the economy by preventing them from making loans to qualified borrowers the fed's announcement gave an immediate boost to bank
Federal banking agencies ease Volcker Rule restrictions
"The federal reserve and four other regulatory agencies say they've finalized a rule that will ease restrictions curtailing the ability of banks to make investments in such areas as hedge funds the reason the so called Volcker
"federal bank" Discussed on AP News
"The federal reserve and for other banking regulatory agencies have finalized a rule easing restrictions that keep banks from investing in areas such as hedge funds the regulations are known as the Volcker rule passed by Congress in 2010 it was part of an overhaul of banking regulation aimed at curbing excesses that led to the 2008 financial crisis he generally prohibited banks from engaging in proprietary trading and from acquiring ownership interests in hedge funds and private equity funds president trump campaigned in 2016 on rolling back what he saw as over regulation of the banks arguing it weighed on the economy by preventing them from making loans to qualified borrowers the fed's announcement gave an immediate boost to bank stocks Ben Thomas Washington
Federal banking agencies ease Volcker Rule restrictions
"The federal reserve and for other banking regulatory agencies have finalized a rule easing restrictions that keep banks from investing in areas such as hedge funds the regulations are known as the Volcker rule passed by Congress in twenty ten it was part of an overhaul of banking regulation aimed at curbing excesses that led to the two thousand eight financial crisis he generally prohibited banks from engaging in proprietary trading and from acquiring ownership interests in hedge funds and private equity funds president trump campaigned in twenty sixteen on rolling back what he saw as over regulation of the banks arguing it weighed on the economy by preventing them from making loans to qualified borrowers the fed's announcement gave an immediate boost to bank stocks Ben Thomas Washington
"federal bank" Discussed on WTOP
"Federal banking laws prevent customers from charging the product on credit it's a banking Lawson off from a federal level so the banks are fairly in short and since this is against federal regulations most credit cards will not accept medical cannabis as a valid transaction another obstacle for some customers is that insurance companies don't reimburse for purchases Congress is considering a bill that would allow federally insured banks to take part in marijuana transactions Dick you only on WTOP news and around the county has a spot for a new elementary school near Odin tend the plan is to help ease overcrowding with a new six hundred student building and playing fields on breakers road near the two river subdivision the county has agreed to pay about a million dollars for thirty seven acres there ten thirteen trying to make some extra money could be risky when it comes to using a car sharing app D. C.'s office of Attorney General says at least seventy five cars have been stolen after people signed up for a nap to have their cars rented ounce when they'd otherwise just be sitting around the pool is called get around that allows people to rent their car much in the same way that Airbnb users rent a house problem is you can't drive off with someone's house but you can with their car and that seems to be what's happening which is why DC police say if you use the get around app you might want to also use the lock box feature on that at it is more secure and includes a four digit code that only the user will know once they have been cleared if the wrong driver decides to drive off the car is disabled del Walters WTOP news well checks sports for you next ten fourteen the.
"federal bank" Discussed on WTOP
"Fallujah fourteen years ago Ahmed was arrested last week in Phoenix where he was reportedly running a driving school he faces a court hearing in Phoenix today his lawyer isn't commenting Vicki Barker CBS news a local hospital system has developed a new strategy for dealing with pain meds I hope others will follow their lead took a public health crisis to make us pay attention Dr very mais Enberg chairs in apartment of medicine and rental Medical Center were over the past three years they've changed guidelines for doctors because in the past someone will get a prescription for thirty pills only use five now the focus is on smaller doses and shorter courses of pain meds in offering alternatives to them the result when it comes to opioid prescriptions we have regions that percentage by over fifty percent so whether that's the emergency room a primary care and over prescribing of opioids drop sixty five percent which means fewer pills sitting in medicine cabinets Mike Morello WTOP news DC has a new medical marijuana to dispensary buds customers visiting the new facility face some familiar obstacles to actually getting pots while medical marijuana is legal in the federal city it remains on lawful under federal law the disconnect presents some challenges for users the newest facility capital city Kerr has opened on you street northwest but this facility like others cannot accept credit cards because of federal banking laws former DC council member if Alexander told NBC four it's inconvenient to not be able to pay with a credit card it's not really the least expensive thing you can purchase so I have to carry cash my last purchase was about ninety five dollars there is a bill in Congress that would allow banks to regard marijuana like other legal drugs Dick you only on WTOP news a woman stranded on a road side made a desperate call for help in the most unusual way of fifty four year old woman on an interstate in rural South Carolina got her hands stuck between her car tyre and fender crushing them when the Jack flipped as she tried to change a flat CBS TV affiliate W. C. S. C. says she struggled for half an hour and then she was finally able to take all push you grab her cell phone and call for help with her toes ten minutes later police arrive the woman's injuries to her hands and fingers are said to be severe Steve K..
"federal bank" Discussed on KOMO
"One doesn't seem like there's any realistic solutions to any of these problems or in the snow realistic motivation to get anything done about this is one of the most frequently patrolled areas in the entire city they are still gathering surveillance video from nearby businesses there have been no arrests made in this case Derek often H. companies former federal prison escapee has been sentenced to fifteen years behind bars for robbing banks in Washington and Oregon before he was arrested in a credit union heist a carjacking in Las Vegas in two thousand seventeen prosecutors say fifty seven year old William Etheridge also was sentenced Monday in Las Vegas the three years of supervised release in order to pay eighteen thousand dollars restitution efforts pleaded guilty in October to eleven federal bank robbery carjacking and escaped charges his court appointed attorney declined to comment millions of dollars have been spent to make Seattle safer for you to ride your bike or walk with much more to come come was Ryan Harris tells us that includes a plan for bike lanes all one of downtown's busiest street nearly three dozen blocks of improvements mean people can get around the center of Seattle much more safely than before with plans to spend sixty million dollars on another eleven miles of projects this year and seventy six million over five years on the city's bicycle master plan Jenny Durkin says it's getting people out of their cars which will help the city meet its climate goals since two thousand six the percentage of people who bike to work is increased by twenty two percent while the number of people driving has decreased by fourteen percent the plan also includes a possible to weigh bike lane on busy fourth Avenue but Seattle transportation director Sam Zimbabwe couldn't say if that means we lose a car lane on fourth to make room for the technical details that we're still working out and there's a lot of different alternatives but Jim Bob we did say those details would be available later this year in Seattle Ryan Harris como news hopes fading in the search for a man who has been missing from the Ranier school for developing a disabled adults Jole Wellman was last seen the school Friday night they believe you left the grounds and headed east up a logging road wears jacket was found a search over the weekend is turned up nothing the school superintendent Megan does Matt admits Wellman has a habit of walking away the done usually by himself so the.
"federal bank" Discussed on KOMO
"For good for business it's powered by Washington federal bank our wall said thanks Brad good the ongoing coronavirus outbreak continues to drag down Asian markets and now we're getting a better idea of how it could impact big business in the U. S. Bloomberg supporting apple is bracing for its supply chain to be disrupted virtually all iPhones are made in China many of them fewer than five hundred miles on the outbreak of the center and hot apple also has ten thousand direct employees in shiny and retail and corporate entities apple's about to begin mass production of a new low cost iPhone in February the prolonged quarantine in certain areas to delay that Disney McDonald's and Starbucks have already suspended operations in response to the virus as sprint and build the base T. mobile we for final approval there twenty six billion dollar merger there's word sprint has lost more than a hundred thousand customers over the last three months of the year a deeper dive into the numbers show sprint losing customers every quarter since late twenty eighteen part of the issue sprint is of course pull back and promotions ahead of the proposed merger which is now facing another legal challenge this time by the California public utilities commission the mergers already been approved by the justice department and the FCC that's good for business come on who's checking Wall Street stocks are higher the Dow was up a hundred thirty five right now at twenty eight thousand six seventy one S. and P. five hundred up twenty two and the nasdaq is up seventy six slow going at west going on the roads this morning will okay traffic and weather coming up next we have a bit of a a brain test for you with our daily trivia question and then if you like beer were about to reveal the best cities for beer based on five unique factors on the way home update on why the como afternoon news with Lisa Jaffe stay connected stay informed with homeowners one.
"federal bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Numbers will be informing the thinking over the last month the conservatives of an average an eight point lead over later and that is much better than in July when they were two points ahead say there is your Boris bounds on the face of it than the conservatives are ahead in that role so head on to things that generally predict the results of general elections one is who's the best prime minister on on that Mr call mystical but it's a long way behind Mister Johnson and also who is the best you into the economy and the gain on by the conservatives what I'd like to say in theory it so looking good for the conservatives if they have a general election box there are loads of wild cards well I was going to say I mean we are not in the normal political environment not least the fact that within fairly recent times Liberal Democrats were pulling almost a sign on. as the apostle of course there is the brexit policy which hasn't contested national elections but did extremely well in the European elections reasoning how those factors gonna play well the the the challenge in Britain is that we don't have P. R. in seven national vague shadow the percentage overall of votes cons for each candidate or each policy sorry doesn't automatically predict how many seats you're going to get in the house of Commons you could get twenty percent of the vote and have no seats a toll in the house of Commons which wouldn't happen of course in Europe as a result it does become pretty difficult because only about thirty percent of seats are likely to change hands even when there's a landslide victory as in nineteen ninety seven with Tony Blair and so the key question is what is going on in the marginals and how many seats on now marginal with full party politics as you've identified the Liberal Democrats holding steady at about eighteen percent they're gonna take votes away from labor in many places I'm from the conservatives the brexit party simply say although it on the headlines Johnson can fail is about is probably as well prepared and it is good to places he's going to be behind dole out what's going on the monsters is actually pretty complex and the pop in a Johnson and his team may know more than other people about blacks what they know about weather do you dislike he with rex apart because that's been one of them he fact yep on a on post me I think the brakes apart they know this is a policy driven by ego in amongst other things in the idea of just signing up with the people that you allegedly Haitian of betrayed brexit seems pretty tricky but then you know stranger things have happened this is politics but if the brakes apart you do compete that could be very difficult yes absolutely because of because they take me maybe older the brexit party support is from former conservative basis so you know some some real challenges bought the brexit party's been falling back fasa than the Liberal Democrats have said the Liberal Democrats to doing more damage to the labor value to the remaining vote ban the brexit party is to the to the conservatives in part because of course Boris Johnson is now portraying himself as a Die Hard bricks it'd do or die. we are leaving come what may and so he's taking the wind out of their sales it's going to be a fascinating election if indeed it happens we'll find out more about that because in a few hours time. right thanks to been paid no problem with this here chief executive source marring Caroline he's got an extraordinary day unprecedented in many ways and by this evening I guess we'll probably know whether we are headed for an election going on. yeah indeed religion on high will be interested to wash mall Connie space to the treasury committee tomorrow with all the federal bank of England officials he actually has lost channels to talk about breaks it before the October thirty first deadline so be fascinated to see if he weighs in right away from the U. K. on politics let's get all the rest in terms of global news headlines as previously on Karen's and got the latest on the death the high K.. yes.
"federal bank" Discussed on KOMO
"In the the more take not withstanding GOP house members will be in Baltimore for three days in September the sitting president often visits this congressional retreat not clear if that'll happen this time Scott Goldberg ABC news now your propelling churns money update at the closing bell the Dow was up three hundred seventy three points to twenty six to eighty nasdaq job hundred fifty three points in the S. and P. five hundred gained forty three points to close at twenty nine twenty six good for business sponsored by Washington federal bank here's what fed banks bread good good afternoon once a Darling of early social media Verizon is now selling tumblr to the owner of the blogging platform wordpress tumblr is known for its devoted fanbase and has been home to many famous blog posts from celebrities like Taylor swift and others Yahoo bought tumblr for one point one billion dollars in twenty thirteen but ended up writing off much of its value Verizon then acquired in twenty seventeen wall by Yahoo hoping it would compete with Google and Facebook that has not worked out for Verizon Microsoft Office is going by way of the subscription model instead of making a one time purchase for services like word excel or power point the software maker plans to charge users of its home use program a yearly fee will cost between fifty and seventy Bucks depending on what program you choose for aba Microsoft says it will continue to offer the program for a flat fee that's good for business uncommon whose money news at twenty and fifty past the hour commute conditions coming up in the sweet story of a dad who had to get rid of those old car and it has been reunited with it will tell you about that but como.
How Moonshine Works
"First use of Moonshine the English word goes back to the fifteenth century literally meaning shine of the Moon and figuratively figuratively quote appearance without substance pretense or fiction and the first time it was used to refer to liquor that didn't occur until the eighteenth century England and it's specifically referred to illegal or smuggled alcohol. That's why the name because smugglers use the cover of night to smuggle their goods which didn't necessarily have to be moonshine yes but but <hes> smuggling alcohol was common in Europe at the time and smugglers had only the shine of the moon to guide their pass moonlight was sometimes used in the same sense <hes> as moonshine was until the nineteenth century a yeah and for a while there any job or activity that was done late at night might be called moon shining or moonlighting but eventually moonshine nine came to really basically mean booze and booze related activities and moonlighting came to mean that other thing that moonlighting means. I totally forgot about moonlighting yeah. That's true I I remember because it was a company any stipulation that you couldn't moonlight and I had to get a thing that I could that movie anyway. There's actually a folk tale from the time about a group of smugglers caught in the act of raking the pond pond Abe bond aunt for barrels of smuggled French Brandy <hes> than they were caught by some tax collectors in the middle of the Act yes and thinking on their feet. The smugglers pretended to be a group of confused drunk people trying trying to rake in the moon's reflection or in their drunken parlance cheese yeah yeah there were like nod dude. We're not there's no certainly barrels of brandy in there. We're just trying to get the sweet cheese out of this pond rea- so drug rug this bulletproof ploy obviously worked and the clippers labeled the smugglers as moon rakers win about their merry way. I'm sure laughing about all those silly drunk. People and Moonshine was often typically. We made night in hopes. No one would see smoke from the stools yeah <hes> it got its start in America in green producing states like Pennsylvania yeah immigrants from England and Scotland and Ireland who settled in Appalachia brought there whiskey recipes with them and adopted them for whatever grains were they were growing around here right and instead of letting excess green go to waste producers distilled it not only could you drink or maybe sell this stuff but in some places it was an accepted currency it could be the difference difference between surviving and not a big economic <hes> <hes> may not staple but but site game it was so in seventeen ninety one when the U._S. government you know seeing all of this implemented the whiskey tax in an effort to pay off the cost of the revolutionary war. <hes> people were happy about it. No no also thinks to this for letting me once again. Look up the Alexander Hamilton sound job because they say in their. Air Jefferson there's a cabinet and he says when Britain tax our T. we got frisky. Imagine what's going to happen. If you GONNA tax on Whiskey and it was true I mean this was right after the revolutionary war in some people's you you know like like mentality about it was like we just we just went to war about taxation without representation. Why why why are you going to taxes for this now yeah and it was a big shifts from it was basically states? Rice versus versus a federal bank and so we are still figuring out a lot of stuff you renew country <hes> and yeah we talked about this in our Bourbon whiskey episode so yeah people didn't like it. distillers resorted to all <unk> sorts of things to evade tax the point the U._S. Marshal descended upon Pennsylvania coming to collect and his presence was not welcomed five hundred men attacked the home of the local tax inspector general and during the skirmish the group's leader was killed which escalated into a protest made up of over six thousand people President George Washington sent thirteen thousand troops to deal with the situation who yes US yeah. All of this was part of the Whiskey rebellion in eighteen o one the U._S. government repealed the whiskey tax <hes> and this was one of our new countries. I test yeah the whisky rebellion whisky rebellion. We're serious about it yard in before and after this though moon shining really took off in the south tales were told about gunfights between collectors trying to get excise taxes for moon shiners in the eighteen sixties these skirmishes increased as revenuers came around trying to collect excise taxes for the civil war a yeah during an after the civil war times were particularly hard for a lot of Americans and there was again a lot of resentment from people who were scraping scraping to make a living off of things like moonshine towards these taxes <hes> and moon shiners came together with the Ku Klux Klan as this conflict against the tax collectors and crew and several battles ensued as desperation went up Moon shiners became more ruthless and violent in their tactics attacking Iraq members and their families and anyone who they believed may give away the location of a still and this did not India moonshine owners to their communities and the public opinion started to shift towards the negative end when it came to moon shiners at the same time temperance is getting more and more public support yeah in the Georgia Mountains in eighteen seventy six four fifths of the court cases and federal law enforcement focus was on illegal alcohol well yeah <hes> wanted to mention too wasn't just a man's world now no take Nancy and see the moon shiner. She was <hes> in New Jersey in eighteen eighties. Her neighbors largely regarded her as eccentric and I can see why because under the cover of night she would steal <music> apples and use those apples to make what she called Jersey a lightning or applejack okay yes that is a my little pony by the way a detective on her case snuck onto her property but nancy knocked him out and go Nancy. We can't help but root for them. <hes> then there was moonshine Mary a Polish emigrant out of Illinois who made moonshine insult shots of it out of her home for fifteen cents but but she went on to become the first woman in that state to be convicted for selling poisoned liquor and as we've discussed before women were also involved in the transporting of illegal alcohol <hes> there's Willie Carter sharp who gave testimony to the nineteen thirty five moonshine conspiracy trial with diamond studded teeth diamond studied that you know I nothing but respect aspect. I couldn't pull it off. That is about as America as you get. I think you're at a moonshine. You've been arrested well firearms which she was and he was show time Tate Yup yeah you do. You're right. You're right but here we come to the Nineteen Twenty s and prohibition right for Moonshine. This was the best thing that could have happened now that you couldn't buy alcohol Oh by legal means more people were seeking out illegal sources for their booze and Moonshine had been rocking that for for a while yeah already demand was so great moonshine resorted to water down alcohol and sugar-based moonshine as opposed to crane based species with passwords and secret ways to escape in case the authorities ever showed up and organized crime around the smuggling and sale of alcohol flourish yeah <hes> in hot spots like in one <hes> Franklin County Virginia Virginia. It's been estimated that ninety nine percent of the residents were involved in the moonshine trade during this time and so that's a lot of kids as well you know okay okay <hes> during the one thousand nine hundred thirty s moonshine roots from Dawson County which is the big city from where I grew up and our high school rival- they gallons of Moonshine to Atlanta and my very own home county of Lumpkin okay was big and the Moonshine seen thirties and forties as well and also distillers sometimes use the bone from raccoons Venus. Yes they do have bones they do in the distilling process of the man in Dawson. Bill gave me a history lesson and like I said he had one in his hat <hes> and yes like. I said he had previously worked for NASA PRETTY COOL Yeah Yeah. I think that I think the the penis bone is is used to help control the flow of the spirit from the condensing hose into the collection vessel like at the end of the process process. I think that's yeah that's he showed us how to use what it was used for sure. I don't know but yeah I think that was that was it was the right size without right yeah yeah and it's Kinda got this little like s curve IRV shape so so and and sort of a little groove in it where the urethra goes so I I read a surprising amount about raccoon penises during research for this episode never know go well there. You are your life profession. I sometimes I sometimes hope that like some government. Official has to look at my search. My searches someday to just go like Oh dear what oh I don't even know me too. I like to imagine there's one person assigned to you and you're just making their life. Super Interesting disturbed well. You're welcome so back to moonshine right anyway. Business was booming until prohibition was repealed in nineteen thirty three then sales flattened that didn't mean it went away much of the federal government <hes> who tried to wrangle this moonshine situation into the seventies share without these laws prohibiting alcohol although there are still dry counties and they're obviously we're back then going to the trouble of seeking out moonshine for the average person just. This wasn't worth it yeah. In order to transport as much moonshine as possible mechanics would find tune their cars upgrading the engine adding in secret compartments for the product <hes> shocks and springs were installed to protect the booze and accounts of oil slicks smoke springs these are called tanker cars and were frequently unassuming nineteen forties fords. I think I read this whole thing about Henry Ford being like a teetotaler rain like being so offended about the yes that's fine and drivers who were also called runners are trippers had to have some real driving know how some sweet news as they say to evade the authorities they also had to know all the mountain backroads well enough to drive them in the dark without headlights. One of their moves was called the bootleg turn a quick turnaround into controls kid eh in their spare time these drivers would work on their skills by racing against each other sometimes at fairgrounds sometimes for pay sometimes with thousands of spectators so okay once prohibition went away and in World War Two ended there was this group of skilled drivers who have souped up cars and enjoyed recent each other who saw that people would pay to watch them race and they were in the market for a new job a Ha so in nineteen she forty-seven this gave birth to ask supposedly the winner of the very first race used the same car to make a run like a week previous. Oh my goodness I love it. I do too. I I had no idea about this when we rolled up that distillery and there's all the NASCAR memorabilia this is interesting but for real moonshine in Nascar are and were tight Raymond Parks Moonshine was the first is to bring together a formal official racing team.
"federal bank" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"federal bank" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Our heart goes out to you. If you are a listener who knows a furloughed federal employee who struggling please as simple as just let them know that Washington federal Bank is offering a ninety day zero interest loan if you open up a banking account, data get you through pain your rent that'll help your family be a little more stable. We don't have to point partisan fingers every single moment as this shutdown continues as real human beings are stuck in the middle. Maybe James Lee shouldn't just ask for us to do the shutdown. Maybe he should be doing what I'm doing and actually trying to help the people who can't get their pay and are struggling to make ends meet from the two five three Inslee makes me wanna hurl. He's so clueless. It hurts listener you, and I are together I actually already hurled. You just didn't hear it because there's a cough button. And with that I want to get you to our next story from the front page didn't local news and local news this way, way way more positive family homeless shelter. Mary's place raised two point four million dollars for a new emergency shelter for homeless families. The shelter is going to be on the seven hundred block of Aurora avenue north right near south lake union. It'll be able to house three hundred families a year, but even cooler every family that goes there is going to be pushed and helped into permanent housing within thirty days. There's a thirty day time limit. And that just shows you how much further we've gotten because when we started no child sleeps outside five years ago. I was part of that group alongside Dick's driving alongside Yvo Volkan the space needle and the former CEO pinnacle real estate, San Harrelson, all we were able to do with open our first emergency shelter and in that emergency shelter. There wasn't a timeline to get these families. Into affordable housing. We're reaching a point where there's such a large support group over twenty five hundred individuals donated to the campaign and one hundred local businesses one hundred local businesses stepped up to contribute to make immediate action where it is needed most for the families in need in our community there twenty five hundred families that are homeless in King County. There are twelve hundred children. This is why I demand you? And I together our listeners we tell all of our politicians on both sides of the aisle to stop there. Paul politics. Stop looking to polls to decide whether it's right or not to help families in need in your community. Is this is where we start the battle. This is where we turn the tide, and we begin to help those in our community.
"federal bank" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Funding money system that's been around since nineteen seventy one first time in two thousand eight the bailout came from our own federal Bank system, and that stopped it for about eleven years. What is going to start happening in the end of this new year? And definitely into twenty twenty and twenty twenty one. Is a greater recession and this time that will be saved by a different kind of funny money system, the IMF using their kind of inter- international electron of currencies. But rather than eleven eleven years of sustaining the patient. I would think within eleven months, you will then see in twenty twenty one collapses Fiat economy, as we know it, and the reason the marker to watch out for is the fact and won't hear this a lot on your mainstream news is that the world. Now in the last five years has dropped using the US currency as a reserve currency in thirty three percent of all transactions in the world, and it is rapidly increasing and in the next few years, you'll probably be fifty percent. And when that happens, the US dollar, which has been weaponized. In the last three presidencies to a greater extent than ever before. People are fighting back people are reacting outside of.
Barrett, Wgn and Texas discussed on Nick Digilio
"The news is sponsored by deck tech here is vic vaughn thanks nick fair skies fifty three at o'hare a proposal to build the five hundred million dollar obama presidential center in oak park goes before chicago city council today it's supposed to be built in jackson park on chicago's south side but those plants are still under federal review since jackson park is protected as a registered historic destination the union that represents chicago police officers his urging its members who will be off duty today to protest outside city hall the paternal order of police in a statement accused his mayor amanullah putting officers in the public endanger and urges officers to confront the mayor at today's city council meeting there's still a chance the plan summit between president trump and north korean president kim jong un will happen as scheduled next month that's according to president trump he says there's a good chance he also says there's a chance is very substantial chance at a workout i don't want to waste a lot of time and i'm sure he doesn't want to waste a lot of so there's a very substantial chance at a one workout and that's okay that doesn't mean it won't work out over a period of time but it may not work out for june twelfth but there's a good chance that we'll have the mehta speaking tuesday from the white house sitting beside and after his meeting with south korean president moon jaein officials say attack a tractor trailer carrying more than fifty emigrants was stopped last night in raymond ville texas of the incident taking place at a traffic stop by texas highway patrol ems fire police border patrol and the sheriff's office were all at the same officials say first responders were also on hand to tend to the people inside that trailer that sound that chopper at the scene a proposal that would roll back some federal banking regulations is on its way to president trump's desk the twenty ten dodd frank act was put in place after the two thousand eight financial crisis a man who accuses the city bus driver of chasing him down on foot after a ride ended up punching him is now suing the barrett sweet says it happened in the loop last year the driver leonard prize is charged in the incident he's out on bail the suit seeks fifty thousand dollars damages we'll check sports traffic and weather next on wgn capital one percents congress finalizing the louisiana purchase polian golfer offer it's.